RIGHT back Kyle Knoyle will channel all of his focus into Swindon Town’s visit to Cambridge United on Good Friday, but he has revealed his agent is in talks with club bosses with regards to a contract extension.

Knoyle, 22, has made 44 appearances for Town in all competitions this season and proven himself as one of the club’s most consistent performers – so much so that some fans have tipped him to be named Town’s Player of the Year.

Out of contract this summer, Knoyle is already being talked into extending his stay at SN1 by club chairman Lee Power and director of football Paul Jewell.

The former West Ham youth player reflected on this year as a positive one for himself – and said avoiding injury has been key to his development.

He added: “My agent is in discussion with the club, but I will let them get on with that. I’m more focused on playing my football from now until the end of the season.

“I’ve enjoyed this season, last season I was competing with Ben (Purkiss) for a position in the team – I learnt a lot from that.

“But I had full faith in myself to play consistently week in and week out. It’s been a good season for me personally.

“I’m hoping to carry that on into next season and to maybe contribute more goals.

“The legs are okay. This season I’ve got used to playing football as regularly as I have.

“Avoiding injury has been good for me.”

Town will play two games in the space of four days over the Easter period – hosting Crewe on Monday following Friday’s trip to Cambridgeshire.

Playing twice in four days provides Knoyle with no cause for concern, though.

He said: “I enjoy the quick games, that’s why we are here at the club – to play games every week.

“I prefer games in quick succession – it beats training.”